A highly respected businessman (Dan Ackroyd) and a wise-cracking street person (Eddie Murphy) are forced to trade places as part of a degenerate bet between two monarchs of Wall Street.
Hillview Retail Park, Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT13 1
The event will take place at Hillview Retail Park. Audience members must access the site via the Hillview Rd which is off the Crumlin Rd. Marshals will be on hand to direct you to the screening area.
Glentilt Adults Group
A short but unusual journey around the Lower Shankill with a group of adults from the area. The main protagonist in the film walks on glass through shuttered windows to reveal a poetic alternative to the usual media portrayals of north Belfast.
Directed by Zhenia Mahdi-Nau.
Stefanos Tsivopoulos.2013. History Zero questions the value of money and its impact on human relationships by depicting the experiences of three very different individuals; an elderly art collector with dementia, an immigrant trawling the streets for scrap metal and an artist taking snapshots of the city. These apparently unrelated stories connect through a series of random events. These are critical times for Greece and Europe as a whole but Tsivopoulos views the economic crisis as an opportunity to explore alternative visions.
About Invisible Barriers: Moving Images
A Creative Belfast project presented by Draw Down the Walls and Belfast Film FestivalDraw Down the Walls is a collaboration between Golden Thread Gallery, North Belfast Interface Network and Lower Shankill Community Association
Invisible Barriers: Moving Images is a Creative Belfast project funded by Belfast City Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland